While we need sunlight to live, it can also be very damaging to our health if we get too much of it.
LUVing your skin means significantly reducing your risk of skin cancer by exposing yourself to Less Ultra Violet.
Thanks to SunSense, even those at higher risk of skin damage can enjoy the sun.
Wearing a high-factor sunscreen every day helps protect against the sun’s potentially harmful UVA and UVB radiation, which can cause sunburn, pigmentation premature aging, wrinkles, and skin cancers.2
For some people, the sun is more of a pain than a pleasure. Certain people are more susceptible to developing problems such as sunburn, pigmentation and skin cancers. 2,3
Skin type is one of the main factors that determine the risk of skin burn.3 From light (highest risk) to dark skin (lower risk), there are six skin types that correlate with a person’s susceptibility to sunburn.4
Factors that pose higher risks for skin cancer include;
For these people, it is particularly important to apply a sunscreen and use other sun protective measures.
SunSense™ is the highest SPF (SPF 50/50+)3 available in Australia and is designed for all ages and skin types. Formulated to meet the Australian Standard – which may be considered as the strongest in the world – it contains high-quality ingredients that help protect against UVA and UVB radiation and is dermatologically tested, making it suitable for sensitive skin.
Australian sunscreens have to meet specific regulations in order to make high SPF, water-resistance and broad spectrum claims. So with SunSense™, you can be sure you and your family are getting the highest level of protection available from harmful UV radiation.
Stay Sun Sensible
Help prevent your skin getting damaged by following these simple precautions:
Wear a sunhat, sunglasses and T-shirt when you’re outside.
While you’re outside, stay in the shade as much as you can. Watch out for reflections from surfaces such as snow, water or sand, which can also cause sunburn. Even concrete or grass can reflect the sun and increase your risk of burning.
Make sure you don’t get dehydrated, especially on warm days, by drinking lots of water – if you’re being active, this is particularly important.
Cover ALL your exposed skin with high factor sun cream (at least SPF 15), to protect your skin and stop it burning (6) – and remember to reapply every 2 hours, or sooner if you go swimming. There’s no such thing as a waterproof or all-day suncream! SPF 50+ will offer you the best protection against UV rays. You’ll also find tips on how to properly apply sunscreen.
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Wearing a high-factor sunscreen every day helps protect against the sun’s potentially harmful UVA and UVB radiation, which can cause sunburn, pigmentation premature aging, wrinkles, and skin cancers.
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